Tuesday, May 1, 2018

Classic Summer Bash SoTM Blog Hop

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This hop features our May Stamp of the Month: S1805 Classic Summer Bash. It's a set of 25, yes twenty five!, different images that are perfect for any crafting for your next backyard bash, party, drink recipe, or barbecue.
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Isn't it adorable? I decided to make this bright and bubbly card. I really like having another mason jar stamp and decided to use it on some dot vellum to create a jar. The straw is actually a zipstrip from Postcard Perfect! I was about to stamp one then saw this scrap and used it instead. The dots on the vellum looked like bubbles so I reinforced that idea with some gold gems. A few thin cut letters and tracing later and voila! Its definitely bound to cheer someone up. ;)
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Get your copy of Classic Summer Bash in my shop and get crafty. What will you come up with?

To make these projects, I used my basic toolkit plus these materials. Click through to purchase or contact your consultant. Basic Toolkit: (Versamat, Trimmer, Ruler, Adhesive Runner, Stamping Starter Kit, Blocks, Nonstick Microtip Scissors), Postcard Perfect Paper Packet and Coordinating Cardstock, Block Alphabet Thin Cuts, S1805 and Angel Policy Stampsets, Gold Glitter Gems, Archival Black Exclusive Ink, and Journaling Pen.

I'd love it if you'd leave a comment below and pin my projects before you pop over for more passionate summer bash creations with Shaunna.

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6 comments:

  1. I would never have thought of using the glitter gems as bubbles. They look great! A very cheerful happy card.

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  2. Its very cool that the word Cheers in the thin cuts fits on the card. I am compiling a list of words for cards. Glad to know Cheers makes the list. :)

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  3. A lovely card I really like the colourful "cheers" sentiment

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  4. Love your card, but my favorite part is how you used our dies for the word cheers!

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